Planning on marking the Coronation weekend in style? With the last crowning of a monarch in the UK taking place 69 years ago – the late Queen Elizabeth II – the upcoming coronation of King Charles III on 6th May is likely to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for many of us – in short, the perfect excuse to celebrate.
With Spring and Summer fast approaching, James Rotheram, M&S Insider and Visual Merchandiser at M&S Home reveals three ways to give your outdoor space a makeover. From how to make outdoor seating more comfortable to creating the ultimate garden seating area for guests, he reveals the golden formula to furnishing your outdoor space:
The slow living movement is here to stay. With the wellbeing industry growing year on year, most of us are keen to prioritise self-care and avoid burnout. The best place to start? Your home. The key to the slow life mindset is to curate a more meaningful and conscious lifestyle, disconnect from technology and prioritise what you value most in life.
Are red wine stains still haunting you post-party season? Or has your new year DIY resulted in some paint spills that you can’t quite get rid of? Perhaps your children have gone a bit wild with the felt tips over the festive period. Whatever the stain, there’s usually a way of removing it – but you may have to act quickly.
With milder weather setting in, it feels like a perfect time to tackle our outdoor spaces and get them ready for the summer months. Lots of us are looking to extend our living spaces outside and get garden ready for summer hosting. A pergola makes a stunning garden feature whilst also having practical uses, giving shade and a covered area for seating which should enable you to use your outdoor space all year round.
Wooden flooring restorations are as satisfying to watch as they are to do. With more people renovating homes than ever, it’s no surprise that #hardwoodfloor has almost 160M views on TikTok¹. Seemingly, during the 70s and 80s a lot of homeowners chose to cover their existing wood floors with carpet or linoleum, and those taking on renovation projects are now thrilled to be uncovering the forgotten floors.